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  1. 1. Wonderful World of Art--Artist Presentation Teacher Name: Caramy Taylor Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2 1Presentation Well-rehearsed Rehearsed with Delivery not Delivery not with smooth fairly smooth smooth, but able smooth and delivery that delivery that to maintain audience attention holds audience holds audience interest of the often lost. attention. attention most of audience most of the time. the time.Sources Source Source Source Very little or no information information information source collected for all collected for all collected for information was graphics, facts graphics, facts graphics, facts collected. and quotes. All and quotes. Most and quotes, but documented in documented in not documented desired format. desired format. in desired format.Content Covers topic in- Includes essential Includes essential Content is depth with details knowledge about information minimal OR there and examples. the topic. Subject about the topic are several factual Subject knowledge but there are 1-2 errors. knowledge is appears to be factual errors. excellent. good.Organization Content is well Uses headings or Content is There was no organized using bulleted lists to logically clear or logical headings or organize, but the organized for the organizational bulleted lists to overall most part. structure, just lots group related organization of of facts. material. topics appears flawed.Originality Product shows a Product shows Uses other Uses other large amount of some original peoples ideas peoples ideas, original thought. thought. Work (giving them but does not give Ideas are creative shows new ideas credit), but there them credit. and inventive. and insights. is little evidence of original thinking. *Rubric created using http://rubistar.4teachers.org/

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